Cookie Alternative: Not Too Tasty?

Rob Hof

A surprising number of people don't like cookies. I mean those small files that get attached to your browser as you visit Web sites. Cookies let sites recognize you the next time you visit, either to avoid your having to type in a credit card number every time or for less savory reasons, such as tracking your virtual travels. JupiterResearch recently said 58% have deleted them to maintain their privacy. Now, a company called United Virtualities has come up with a new way to foil their efforts to stay anonymous online. ...

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